5 Reasons to Put the Word “Detox” Back into your Vocabulary

Support the body’s ability to cleanse itself with these specific nutrients

By GSH+ staff, September 2021

“Detox” might be the most overused, misunderstood buzzword in health and fitness.

When many people hear it, they think of 5-day juice cleanses, coffee enemas, electrified foot baths, and other dubious treatments…

But detoxification is a real thing. And the body does it every minute of every day.

The liver and kidneys are constantly filtering out toxins from the blood so our minds and bodies can perform at their best.

And just like “detox,” the word “toxin” has gotten a bad rap lately.

While some people might use “toxin” to refer to mysterious, unnamed substances (the ones those electrified foot baths apparently suck out of our toes)...

...our cells produce plenty of toxins just by doing their jobs:

  • Energy production creates carbon dioxide
  • When we digest proteins, we produce excess amino acids
  • Excess electrolytes and nitrogen get removed in sweat and urine
  • Even water itself can be considered a toxin... if there’s too much of it

In all these cases, the body produces or takes in too much of something, which reduces our capacity to create energy, repair cellular damage, and much more.

If it’s been harder to get out of bed in the morning lately…

If focus and attention have been in short supply...

If there just isn’t enough energy to get through the day…

Then those are all signs that the body isn’t processing waste as well as it should.

We’ll reveal why that tends to happen as we get older — and what to take to restore the body’s ability to cleanse itself of toxins.

1. Processed foods, poor sleep, and stress all overwhelm the liver

Cellular energy production is complicated, but to keep it simple: our cells break down foods, then add oxygen to produce energy.

As they use oxygen, our cells produce free radicals — specifically, “reactive oxygen species.”

These molecules, as the name implies, are highly reactive. They’re hungry for electrons, and will take them from our own cells. This is what doctors mean when they use the term “oxidative stress.”

For a body in harmony, oxidative stress isn’t a big deal. But when things become imbalanced, we start to feel run down¹:

Constant fatigue
Reduced willpower
Brain fog and lack of concentration
A higher chance of infection and illness
Aches and pains throughout the body

Normally, the liver is able to process the molecules that cause oxidative stress — including alcohol.

But at times, the liver gets overwhelmed — when we’re stressed, eating poorly, and especially after a few drinks.

That’s because the liver has a priority system…² and it puts its other tasks on hold to handle the extra toxins we’ve added from our diet.

So toxins (remember, just the byproducts of our cells can be toxic) begin to build up.

When we’re young, the liver can keep up… but that starts dropping off in our 30s. And that’s when we start feeling constantly tired, stressed, and fuzzy.

Why? It’s all about glutathione, the master antioxidant.

2. Glutathione is the key to bouncing back — from drinks, late nights, and other forms of stress

Tom DeLauer explains why glutathione is so crucial to health and energy, especially when we consider the role that alcohol plays

Glutathione — also known as GSH — is the body’s “master antioxidant.” It plays a crucial role in cleaning out toxins and reducing oxidative stress.

Nearly every cell and tissue uses it for essential processes:³

Removing free radicals and other naturally-produced toxins
Regenerating antioxidants like vitamins C and E
Building DNA and enzymes that are essential to metabolism
Helping the liver break down fat
Even modulating blood sugar and inflammation

When the body gets stressed, it ramps up GSH production to ‘bounce back’ to a state of harmony or homeostasis.

But our bodies are under a lot more stress than they used to be.

The brain only takes up 2% of the body’s weight… but uses 20% of its oxygen.⁴

And modern life demands more of the brain than ever: we’re overloaded with information and have more to do in a day than ever before.

On top of that, studies show that we’re sleeping less⁵ and often lacking the right vitamins and minerals⁶ — and that can really hurt GSH production.

3. Most glutathione supplements are ineffective and cost too much

If GSH helps the liver process toxins, modulates blood sugar and inflammation, and boosts mental clarity and focus…

It seems like a no-brainer to take GSH as a supplement, right?

Here’s the rub: pure glutathione supplements have a terrible absorption rate. In some of them, only 5% of the glutathione gets absorbed and used by the body.⁷

And they’re really inconsistent at crossing the “blood-brain barrier.”⁷ That’s the protective shield that keeps the brain healthy… but can also keep out useful nutrients.

Pure glutathione is an expensive and inconsistent way of helping the liver with detoxification.

It would take a massive amount of those supplements to have a meaningful effect — an expense that most of us can’t afford.

But we wanted something that anyone could take to start feeling more energy, focus, and health — even after a big night out.

4. This expert-formulator doctor uncovered one special ingredient... that nobody else is using

To start, we recruited Dr. Steve Morris. He’s a registered physician and experienced formulator…

...meaning he’s developed hundreds of supplements and staked his professional reputation on their quality.

Most supplements aren’t actually formulated by physicians, which is why many aren’t worth the money.

But physicians like Dr. Morris understand how the complex systems of the body interact, and that makes a world of difference.

Dr. Morris first looked at N-acetylcysteine, also known as NAC. Physicians often give it to patients with liver issues… and the body uses it to make glutathione.

But NAC has a few downsides.

Only about 10% of it gets absorbed by the body, for one.⁸

And the blood-brain barrier? Well, NAC can’t penetrate it very consistently, either.⁸

Then Dr. Morris started working with NACET. It’s NAC with a couple molecules added on…

...And those molecules do a few things:

  1. They make it almost 7x easier for the body to absorb (65% vs 10%)⁹
  2. They allow it to cross the blood-brain barrier¹⁰
  3. They make NACET a catalyst for ramped-up glutathione production¹⁰
  4. They give it a pretty unpleasant smell

That smell was the only reason nobody was making supplements with NACET.

So he combined NACET with dozens of other ingredients — like cordyceps mushrooms, milk thistle, and other natural antioxidants — that give the body all the building blocks it needs to produce GSH, use it better, and modulate oxidative stress.

NACET has been shown in studies to significantly boost glutathione production¹⁰ — and GSH+ is one of the only places to get it.

We named it GSH+ because it’s designed to support glutathione production— and it’s been getting a lot of attention.

Oh, and Dr. Morris made it pleasant to take, without the NACET smell.

5. Take GSH+ for 30 days to promote glutathione production, detoxification, and liver health

Dr. Morris designed GSH+ for anyone who wants more energy, better focus, and a brighter mood — even if they’re feeling stressed or low on sleep.

Just take 3 pills daily to give the body everything it needs to ramp up glutathione production.

GSH+ users often report:

  • Waking up with more energy, even after a big night or party
  • Feeling more calm and focused at work
  • Falling asleep — and staying asleep — much easier

Want to try it out? Here’s what to do:

  1. Order a bottle of GSH+ from the official site
  2. Wait a couple days for fast shipping from our USA-based, FDA-certified production facility
  3. Take 3 pills each morning with a generous glass of water
  4. Start waking up feeling like a 21-year-old again!

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GSH+ Advanced Detoxification Formula Facts

Serving Size: 3 capsules

Servings Per Container: 30

  Amount per Serving %DV
Vitamin C (Ascorbic Acid) 300 mg 333%
Vitamin E (D Alpha Tocopherol) 50 mg 333%
Vitamin B6 (Pyridoxine HCL) 25 mg 1470%
Vitamin B9 (Folic Acid) 400 mcg 100%
Vitamin B12 (Methylocbalamin) 10 mcg 333%
Vitamin B7 (Biotin) 500 mcg 1666%
Zinc (Zinc Citrate) 25 mg 227%
Selenium Amino Acid Chelate 50 mcg 91%
GSH-Immunity Proprietary Blend 734 mg  
L-Glutamine, N-Acetyl-D-Glucosamine, Quercetin, Alpha Lipoic Acid, N-Acetyl-L- Cysteine Ethyl Ester (NACET), Glycine, Milk Thistle Extract (Silybum Mariamum , Cordyceps Militaris, Trans-Resveratrol (Polygomun Cuspidatum), Broccoli Extract (Sulforaphane), Elderberry Extract, Blueberry Juice Powder    
Other Ingredients: Gelatin Capsule, Mirocrystalline Cellulose, Vanillin, Silicon Dioxide, Magnesium Stearate    
Daily Value (DV) not established    
Suggested Use: Take 3 capsules daily with 8 oz of water    

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9. Giustarini D, et al. “N-acetylcysteine ethyl ester as GSH enhancer in human primary endothelial cells: a comparative study with other drugs.” Free Radic Biol Med. 2018 Oct; 126:202-209.

10. Giustarini D, et al. “N-acetylcysteine ethyl ester (NACET): a novel lipophilic cell-permeable cysteine derivative with an unusual pharmacokinetic feature and remarkable antioxidant potential.” Biochemical Pharmacology. 2012 Dec 1;84(11): 1522-33.